Archive for November, 2011

Organic Coffee vs. Regular Coffee – What Is The Difference?

Wednesday, November 30th, 2011
There has been much discussion amongst coffee lovers regarding the pros and cons of organic and inorganic coffee. There is actually one main aspect that sets the two apart. Organic coffee is made naturally, which limits environmental pollution. Those who make organic coffee stick to strict guidelines in order to bring you the highest quality cup of Read The Post [...]

Food Critic: A Year In Review

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011
By Brent Arends There was the up-and-down story of Linda Duerr, who, after having been dropped from JJ's on the Plaza, had a brief comeback as executive chef of Zest. Midway through the year, she was down again when owner Joe DiGiovanni decided to sell that Mission Farms restaurant to the owners of Brookside's Avenues Bistro. The happy ending for Read The Post [...]

Bread Machine Mixes: Additional Information

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011
By Byron Dyson Rather than purchasing bread from the store, right now, a lot of people are making their very own bread. This could be a much healthier alternative and a a great deal more cost-saving alternative additionally. In regards to being healthy, lots of people don't trust store-bought bread. There are a number of reasons why individuals desire Read The Post [...]

Cooking Tips You Need Before Planning A Big Meal

Tuesday, November 29th, 2011
Is cooking a scary frontier for you? Are you nervous about entering your kitchen, remembering a previous disaster? If this is you, never fear! Plenty of people have trouble with cooking, and all it takes is a little practice and proper education to cook like a pro! Read on to find out how. If you have stale bread, implement it in a recipe. Don't Read The Post [...]

A Wine Lover’s Near Weekly Review Of $15 Wine – A Duboeuf Beaujolais-Villages 2011

Monday, November 28th, 2011
It is new wine time. This Beaujolais-Villages Nouveau was hanging on the vine a few short weeks ago. Many of us still remember when new wines, especially Beaujolais Nouveau, were a hot, hot marketing phenomenon. How times have changed. At least in our bailiwick you must keep your eyes really open to find them displayed this year. Have consumers finally Read The Post [...]

The Story of Port

Monday, November 28th, 2011
By Ed Masciana Port, the smooth, opulent and rich dessert wine from Portugal, has been attracting dedicated supporters for nearly 300 years. It has the distinction of probably being the world's first bottled "vintage" wine (1775), the first demarcated wine region ratified by the government (1678) and undoubtedly the most famous wine uncovered by Read The Post [...]

Why Bother With a Water Filter?

Sunday, November 27th, 2011
A water filter may seem like a luxury and an unnecessary expense, but it really can make a big difference to the taste and quality of your water. Water direct from the mains tap should be of good enough quality for human consumption. Most of the time this is the case, but is that good enough? Mains water varies considerably. Not only from place to Read The Post [...]

How To Plan The Redesign Of Your Kitchen

Sunday, November 27th, 2011
If you feel that you're beginning to outgrow your current kitchen space, or may have a new arrival on the way you might feel that change is in the air. Perhaps you're moving into a starter home and renovation is called for. Perhaps you just want to make a change for change's sake? One of the favourite places to initiate a makeover is the kitchen and Read The Post [...]

Use A Keurig Coffee Maker For Quick Brewing

Sunday, November 27th, 2011
The best way to enjoy coffee is freshly brewed. That is the philosophy of the Keurig Coffee Maker Company, and I wholeheartedly agree. There is nothing quite like the smell and taste of fresh coffee brewing in the morning, or walking into a coffee shop, no matter the time of day, and having the sweet delicious aroma of fresh ground coffee envelop your Read The Post [...]

Is A Kitchen Triangle Appropriate Anymore?

Saturday, November 26th, 2011
If you have ever heard of the "kitchen triangle" you must know that it harkens back to a day when everything had to be efficient, economical and logical, somehow. This 1940s idea was used as a staple of kitchen design for many generations, as it was felt that the sink, stove and refrigerator must be located at each point of the triangle, so that the Read The Post [...]